This Easterseals event features chocolate (and other delectables) from local chocolatiers and bakeries. Expect to find chocolate-covered apples and pretzels, all kinds of truffles, a signature spiked hot chocolate, and more.
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Mary Colby Bakes Mary Berry’s Easter Simnel Cake
The Easter Simnel Cake is similar to a Christmas fruit cake, but it’s round and a little more interesting, if you ask us. It’s spicy, with a mix of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves or allspice. The fruit cake incorporates layers of almondy marzipan and warm apricot jam, and it would be divine with a good cup of coffee or tea.
Colu Henry’s Easter Ham Carbonara
A delicious destination for that leftover Easter ham. Swap out carbonara’s traditional pancetta for thickly cut ham and throw in shelled fresh peas right at the end for some color and bite—and as a way to welcome spring.
Middle Eastern Markets in Our Region
If you caught the latest Food Schmooze® on the radio or podcast, you likely wanted to get right to work on guest Ana Sortun’s Green Apple Fattoush, or maybe you wanted to make a mug of Tahini Hot Chocolate when the temperature dipped. Maybe you plan on making the Warm Walnut Hummus with Pomegranate and Cilantro […]
Soframiz: Required Reading for Anyone Who Loves Middle Eastern Flavors or Swoon-Worthy Boston Bakeries
Senior contributor and chef/co-owner of Metro Bis in Simsbury, Connecticut, Chris Prosperi wasn’t kidding when he told Food Schmooze® guest Ana Sortun that he had her Cambridge restaurant on speed dial. “She’s my favorite chef in the northeast,” Chris said. “By far.” What a thrill it was to have Ana on The Food Schmooze® with […]
Red Truck Bakery’s Madeleines (for Jacques Pépin)
It was a gutsy move baking these for the best French chef around, but I learned to make them from chef Mark Ramsdell of L’ Academie de Cuisine. I was elated when Jacques pronounced them “terrific!” and his daughter (and TV costar), Claudine Pépin said they were the best she’s ever had.